The Snoqualmie Valley Trail Has Many Hotspots for Birders 

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail Has Many Hotspots for Birders 

The Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail was once owned and operated as a rail line by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad, often called the “Milwaukee Road,” until it was acquired by King County in the 1980s. It has been designated as a National Recreation Trail and is part of a national project to convert unused railroad tracks into trails spawned by the “Rails to Trails” movement.

Tip of the Month: Recycle Your Tyvek

Tyvek plastic is used for manufacturing mailing envelopes that are not recyclable in our area. If you receive an item in a Tyvek envelope, maybe some medicine or a book you've sent for, save the envelopes. When you’ve collected many, just seal the large envelope with tape or a few staples and address it to our nearest Tyvek Recycling Center.